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UAT [CC.006] CF.003 - Admissions through General Ledger (Running Start) [Sprint 1] (Project Archive)

User Acceptance Test Overview

The information below is intended to provide colleges guidance on performing a User Acceptance Test on the business process for the admission of Running Start students through the post to GL or is real intent to go through billing/tuition calc which includes viewing student account.

The intention is to ensure colleges understand how to bring new Running Start students into the system and set them up so that they will be processed accurately each term. To ensure the best test coverage please review the minimum data scenarios and make a plan for how these scenarios will be tested.  Keep in mind this is a test environment so you can create whatever names you like, so long as they allow you to represent your business process in the system and enable you to test how you will do this work once live on the system.

Depending on how your college staffs the process of Admitting and Enrolling Running Start students, this test may include many different individuals in the same department, or staff in different departments. Coordination with other colleagues at your college in advance of commencing testing is key to success. In the same way that it doesn't take a single individual to operate the business of running a college it will require coordination across departments to successfully test a business flow from beginning to end.

Business Process Flow Diagram:

The following 'End-to-End' data scenarios need to be tested as part of this process:

  • Process a traditional Running Start student through Billing
  • Process a Running Start student which meets Fee Waiver Requirements

The FIRST step in the testing process for Admissions through General Ledger (Running Start) is:

PDF Version of Flow Diagram for Printing


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